Here are some arrangements that went out the door this week.Firstly, these large headed white garden roses were teamed up with blue spruce and wrapped in white and silver. Gorgeous!!Quick pic taken here before happy customer took these away – two bunches of white oriental lillies with snowball foliage. Nice!Here arranged in a glass vase we have white large headed garden rose, bouvardia (scented), white hydrangea and blue spruce.Fresh wreath to be placed on a table with a hurricane lamp and scented candle.Table centre featuring Christmas Lily, foliage and candy striped ribbon.These arrangements are a sample of what’s in store. Flowers come in fresh on a daily basis. Give us a call to see what’s in. We’re happy to let you know what looking great at the moment and what it will look amazing with. Deliveries are easy to arrange too. Ph: 9813 1916
Hung on a picture rail in the hallway entrance or on the front door, these Christmas wreaths are a lush decorative feature for the festive season. This one features peony flower and foliage with silver suede and finished off with turquoise satin bow. This wreath is decorated with spruce, hydrangea and handcrafted bows made from black/white grossgrain ribbon. Using flowers of the day we can create a wreath that will suite and enhance your home and decorations.
Firstly, thank you to our client for allowing us into their home to help decorate the interior for their Christmas Party. We know Bec is a talented florist, however we did not expect such exquisite creativity and attention to detail which blew us away. The client was equally impressed. The house, to start with, is absolutely beautiful. But now, with these gorgeous flowers, it looks amazing. Enjoy these pics. In the entrance hall, a vase arrangement consisting of oriental lily, velvet flocked twisted willow, conifer foliage, silver suede and green hydrangea. Vase trimmed with silver satin bow. Dining room three fishbowl vases consisting of white oriental lily and spray rose, flowering chestnut foliage, silver suede. (vases supplied by florist). Large urn arrangement includes velvet flock magnolia branches, vibernum berry and spruce. (client’s urn) Hurricane lamp sits inside fresh wreath with white oriental lily hydrangea and spray rose, spruce, viburnum berry …
Roses, Spruce and Blackberries in white ceramic container.We’ve nicknamed this one “Raspberry Ripple”. Hydrangea, Viburnum Berry in white square ceramic container . Hydrangea, Roses and Spruce featuring hand crafted bow from grossgrain ribbon. Includes moss green ceramic container. White and green Roses with Silver Suede and Spruce in glass vase trimmed with satin silver ribbon. White Oriental Lily and Trachelium, red Freesia and Spruce in glass vase finished off in red net and white china cord.
With this bouquet, Ky shoots from the middle up and are surrounded by these gorgeous deep porcelain pink roses.
Blue, cool tones and soft yet textural style – kind of dreamy. We like.
Not the usual rose bouquet yet the flower combination is soft and quite delicious. We love this one! Eremurus is also called the foxtail lilly.
Ok … you know I like to take a good picture and these branches do look pretty awesome here, but you really need to come in and take a look and feel these velvet flocked branches. Clients asked how do we get them to look so amazing. Well, I have to say, it is a trade secret. The elves do work very hard in the back room to make these branches an absolute knockout. Ok, I think I’ve raved enough about the branches. Did I mentioned we also have velved flocked fat pine cones? Must show you a pick … soon!!! Cheers for now.
To congratulate a new mum on the arrival of her baby girl. Clients are proud grandparents. “A little ray of sunshine has come into the world.A little ray of sunshine in the shape of a girl”. This bouquet was a pleasure to make for the reason of the giving. Consisting of roses, mini agapanthas and bouvardia.
Picture taken of this bouquet whilst in the arms of a client before leaving the store (thank you!!) We love these cool, crisp colours wrapped with complimentary chocolate embossed paper. All happy – client, florist and photographer!!
Make an impact using our specialty papers and fine satin ribbon. Bush roses are grown under cover outside rather than the climate controlled commercially grown cousin variety. These are what the old fashion rose looked like – heavy, heady scent; thick and sturdy stems (with massive thorns – ouch! – which we very carefully remove) and lush glossy leaves. Photos feature two bunches (30 stems) of mixed colours. Because of their limited supply, our regular clients know when they come in and snap them up. They are not on display for long. We are extremely fortunate that this cut rose grower has a passion for quality.
Really enjoyed making this festive bouquet for client’s mother for Christmas. It is a variation on the variegated rose with yellow roses and hypericum featured in earlier post. We’ve added some sparkle with silver sheer paper and matching satin bow. Presented very beautifully and photographed nicely, too. Message written on gorgeous hand made card. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to create this one.
Christmas … a time for giving and receiving, but also a time to seek peace and joy. So this year we have stripped away the shimmer of tinsel and baubles and focussed on what Christmas really is about. Our shop Christmas decorations have the essence of simplicity and craftsmanship. The wreaths have been fashioned out of twisted willow, reindeer bush & dodda vine. Hearts made from paper and dried lotus leaf. Flowers handcrafted with handmade rice paper. And in the centre our focus on Peace and Joy suspended with navy and white grossgrain ribbon. Simple, earthy, organic. Poinsettia now in abundance in store. Two colours and three sizes available – small, medium and large. Living gifts that have a lovely show of red leaves for about 3 months. The white poinsettia has been set in a birch log. These logs are versatile and very popular as a decorative feature. See …
Here are some photos of the flowers delivered last week. Tried to set this up earlier but it has been really busy now that we are leading up to Christmas. Hope you enjoy these pics. Keep checking out the blog. We have some very exciting make-up work using textural foliage and flowers. Cheerio
Fit for a Bride.. some of today’s deliveries showcasing brilliant whites, creams and greens. Hydrangea, fragrant garden roses and classic scented bouvardia. Palest pink David Austin roses with lotus pod, raspberries and hosta leaves. Mmmm!
November is a wonderful time of the year for a wedding. It’s the only time of the year Peonies are in bloom (in Australia, that is). These bouquets are simple elegance. Enjoy the blooms.
Firstly, thank you for your interest in our flower blog. It has been very exciting to present the range of flowers that come in and go out from week to week. For those who can’t come in, here are some pics of the shop taken last Thursday. It was an amazing display – a show stopper for all who wandered through. The sights and scents delighted all, including ourselves. It is such a pleasure to arrange flowers for gifts or home when they so fresh and there are so many to choose from. These Phalenopsis Orchids plants have been popular for home decorating. Apart from looking great, they are very easy to maintain (water once a week) and the blooms last for about 6 weeks. They look great in one of these black ceramic pots. Or get creative and arrange them in a fish bowl vase, lined with green moss …
Although often referred to as a Peony Rose, this majestic bloom is not actually a member of the rose family. Peony has been in existence for centuries. It is native to southern Europe, Asia and Northern America. It was named after Paeon, a student of Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine and healing. Along with plum blossom, it is a traditional floral symbol of Mongolia. It is also known as the “flower of riches and honour” and is used symbolically in Chinese Art. In 1903 Qing Dynasty declared the Peony as the national flower of Imperial China. So Peony has quite a history, and deservedly so, for it is a magnificent flower. Enjoy now. They will be in season for about 6 weeks, till the end of November.
We are definitely spoilt for choice at the moment. Which is most favoured? It’s hard to choose. Peonies have just begun. They look amazing combined here with roses and hydrangea foliage. We will feature Peonies in future editions when they are in plentiful supply. Captured this image just as this stunning vase arrangement was being whisked away to a very lucky and deserving recipient. Combining these big headed roses with lilac was florist’s choice.
Came across these classic pre-loved pieces at a car boot sale and immediately the imagination went to work on having some floral fun with them. You will find it on display this week.Flowers can look great in just about anything. In the end, it’s all about the pleasure in the flowers.